Lansner & Kubitschek has an extensive practice representing clients seeking damages in actions under 42 U.S.C. subsection 1983 for violations of their civil rights. We concentrate in cases arising out of the child welfare system and police misconduct. In the child welfare area, we represent families that have been separated as a result of unconstitutional actions by the New York City Administration for Children's Services and its foster care agencies, seeking both damages and systematic changes. We also represent children who have been injured in foster care as a result of the failures of ACS and foster care agencies to provide a safe environment to the children.
Lansner & Kubitschek represents clients in both traditional and extraordinary family law situations. We represent clients in all aspects of divorce, separation, custody, visitation, child and spousal support, domestic violence and equitable distribution, in both Supreme Court and Family Court. Our representation is guided by and geared to an individual client's needs and goals. Our reputation for aggressive advocacy serves clients in contentious litigation, while clients whose cases are amenable to settlement benefit from our pragmatic approach to resolving cases without acrimony.
We also represent clients in interstate and international custody disputes.
We also represent clients in Family Court who are facing charges of child abuse or neglect or who have children in foster care, and in administrative reviews for clients who have been reported to the State Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment, and for clients who are the subject of ACS investigations.
Lansner & Kubitschek represents clients in actions in the in the United States District and Circuit Courts. Usually, we represent clients who have been denied disability benefits, but we also handle cases in which retirement benefits are at stake. On rare occasions, we will represent clients at administrative hearings.
Lansner & Kubitschek also represents clients on appeal in all of our practice areas, as well as appeals in other cases.